Part I of this article presented some of the background and construction photos of the Spadina streetcar line which celebrates its 20th birthday on July 27, 2017. In Part II, a look at Spadina in the early months of operation.
Much of the northern part of the street has not changed very much over the years, but the south end with its booming condo district is very different and changing still.
Bloor to Spadina Circle
Spadina Circle to King
King to Queens Quay
For a complete list and extensive descriptions of the public art along and near Spadina, see “Creating Memory: A Guide to Outdoor Public Sculpture in Toronto” by John Warkentin starting at page 82.